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  • Speakers at the Effects of Corruption on Women's Participation in Government in Guatemala Forum with (background R to left) Dale Wegkamp, Counterpart's Representative in Guatemala & Thomas Delay, Director of USAID Guatemala

Leading Women in Guatemala Speak Out: Corruption Affects Us Differently

Corruption is often defined in economic terms. Stories usually focus on the financial fallout that communities face, or money stolen from public funds because of the decisions of unethical political and social actors. But corruption […]

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  • A representative from COSCCET leads a voter education training

The Value of Voting in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

In the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Counterpart’s Congo Demokrasia team has been working with local organizations to support citizen engagement in the upcoming December 2017 elections. Our team has been using a […]

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International School Meals Day 2017

‘FOOD, CULTURE & HERITAGE – food that reflects you!’

Mouhamed Bodian is a 5th grade student at Ngnith Elementary School in Senegal. His favorite subject is science and when he is not studying, he […]

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Power Through Literacy: One Woman’s Journey to Transform Her Community in Morocco

I remember Khadija sitting across from me, waiting her turn to speak as the other members of Association Massarat share stories of their work. When she started, Khadija spoke softly, but her voice got stronger as […]

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